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Are you looking for highefficiency condensing boiler?
Condensing boilers are water heaters fueled by gas or oil. They achieve high efficiency (typically greater than 90% on the higher heating value) by using waste heat in flue gases to pre-heat cold water entering the boiler. Water vapour produced during combustion is condensed into liquid form, which leaves the system via a drain. In many countries, the use of condensing boilers is compulsory or encouraged with financial incentives.
Boilers, just like fridges, washing machines, etc, are rated on their energy usage. Condensing boilers are high-efficiency boilers that produce less carbon dioxide. They reduce the amount of heat that escapes via the flue.
There is a very wide range of condensing gas boilers available and many consumers have already chosen to have a condensing boiler because of the benefits that they bring.
As a simple guide to efficiency, a scheme has been created with SEDBUK efficiency bands assigned to boilers on an “A” to “G” scale. The band is shown in the database and may be used on product literature and labels, though there is no requirement for manufacturers to do so. The scheme is temporary as it will be withdrawn when a European directive on boiler energy labelling is introduced.
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CARBON MONOXIDE POISONING – WHAT ARE THE SYMPTOMS?
You can't see, taste or smell it but it can be deadly
What is CO poisoning?
Unsafe gas appliances can produce a highly poisonous gas called carbon monoxide (CO).
CO is produced by the incomplete burning of gas and Liquid Petroleum Gas (LPG). This happens when a gas appliance has been incorrectly fitted, badly repaired or poorly maintained. It can also occur if flues, chimneys or vents are blocked.
Remember the six main symptoms to look out for:
Loss of consciousness
The warning signs of a CO leak
Flames of a lazy yellow or orange colour on your gas hob, rather than being a crisp blue;
Dark staining on/around appliances;
Pilot light that frequently blow out;
Increased condensation inside windows.
Faulty appliances in your home can lead to CO poisoning. Get your gas appliances checked regularly to avoid this.
What to do if you suspect CO poisoning
Get fresh air immediately. Open doors and windows, turn off gas appliances and leave the house.
See your doctor immediately or go to hospital - let them know that you suspect CO poisoning. They can do a blood or breath test to check.
If you think there is an immediate danger, call the Gas Emergency Helpline on 0800 111 999.
Ask a Gas Safe registered engineer to inspect your gas appliances and flues to see if there is a dangerous problem.